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IMF demands more from eurozone on Greek debt relief

After more than eight hours of talks in Brussels overnight, eurozone finance ministers and the IMF failed to settle their deep differences on the thorny debt question.

Greek govt says disagrees with new debt proposals, talks to continue

Greek negotiators "do not agree" with their creditors` latest proposals for a deal to prevent Athens from defaulting on its massive debts, a Greek government source said Wednesday, but added that talks were continuing.

Eurogroup talks on Greece halted until Thursday: Finland

Eurozone finance ministers suspended a crunch meeting aimed at reaching a Greek debt deal on Wednesday, with talks to resume the next day, Finnish Finance Minister Alexander Stubb said.

Greece, creditors consult before make-or-break meeting

Greek and EU officials met for talks Saturday ahead of a high-stakes show-down over Athens` demands for a radical restructuring of its massive international bailout programme.

EU finance ministers under pressure on next step in bank regulation

The 28 are trying to reconcile deep differences over a Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM) meant to stabilise, and if necessary, close a failing bank before it does too much damage.

EU faces tough talks on bank sector reform, bailouts

Eurozone finance ministers meet Thursday amid sharp differences over banking sector reforms -- trying to resolve whether taxpayers or creditors pay for future bailouts.

Europe must be sensitive to Greek people: French Minister

Europe must be more "sensitive" to the Greek people and take steps to help revive the country's economy, according to French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici.

G7 to hold emergency talks on eurozone crisis today

Finance ministers and central bank chiefs of the world’s seven wealthiest countries will hold an emergency conference call on Tuesday to discuss Europe’s worsening debt crisis.

Eurozone boosts financial buffers to $1.1 trillion

The 17 countries that use the euro have boosted their emergency funding for heavily indebted countries to USD 1.1 trillion an amount that falls short of what the currency union's international partners had said is needed to calm financial markets.

Eurozone finance ministers release 35 billion euro for Greece

Eurozone finance ministers have released 35 billion euro from the second bailout package for debt-ridden Greece shortly after the government in Athens reached a landmark deal with private creditors on a bond swap, which will halve its debts to around 107 billion euros.

Hopes rise for Greek deal, but anger grows in eurozone

Optimism is growing that Greece has finally done enough to secure a second bailout after it set out extra budget savings, but the moves failed to ease tensions with EU paymaster Germany.